Analysis of a stone discovered during archaeological excavations in the Konya Valley of Western Armenia showed that there was an ancient Armenian church belonging to the 9th century BC. The stone was found by a farmer.

    Then he turned to the scientists from the archaeological group of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, who were there, and led them to the specified stone block.

    The stone was immediately sent to the nearest museum for closer examination. Analysis and the help of specialist translators revealed the meaning of the symbols on the stone. In fact, these are Luvite hieroglyphs, which are an ancient Indo-European language from the 9th to the 7th century. Hieroglyphs praise the victory of King Khartapu over Brugia. This kingdom is about 3000 years old at that time King Midas reigned.